Incontro Ristorante had its health permit suspended last week after it was cited seven times for serving customers outside.
In this year of COVID-19, there may not be much to smile about these days. Except maybe in Danville.
Rob Roth reports.
The Town of Danville is seeing a spike in coronavirus cases, which has raised enough of a concern that the town manager has urged residents to take precautions.
One week after a Danville high school reopened for in-person learning, eight students and staff members from a special needs class tested positive for COVID-19.
In 2006, Pressley wrote six children’s books, and they sat unpublished for 14 years until her COVID quarantine finally gave her the motivation to finish the job.
The motorcycle struck the bicycle and crashed, leaving the rider with serious injuries.
A bicyclst was seriously injured and a motorcyclist was killed in the crash.
A popular East Bay street is set to remain open to traffic this weekend after complaints about the way it was being used for outdoor dining.
The lines are expected to be longer at Bay Area polling locations due to an unprecedented voter turnout. Vote by mail is encouraged,
Shayna Ronen from the I Can Do That Performing Arts Center in Danville talked to Mornings on 2 about how the pandemic has adjusted operations and plans to open an expanded studio. Find more information about the center at https://icandothattheatre.networkforgood.com/projects/84095-no-day-but-today-campaign
Madison Habben quickly got her younger sister and brother along with their pets outside to safety. She said they had just finished their first day of school learning from home.
Cal Fire is calling the incident the Santiago Fire.
One message supports the Black Lives Matter movement. The other says, "Trump Is A Donkey's Rear End."
Maureen Ennor Rocha is hoping against hope her husband can pull through. But right now, it appears COVID-19 is winning.
Dr. Ari Gershman was shot on the Fourth of July near Downieville in rural Sierra County. Gershman and his son, Jack, had never been to the remote Tahoe National Forest and pulled over at a fork when a man came up behind their Jeep on an ATV.
At just 10 years old, Cienna Lazarus started her own business called “The Gift of Being Grateful” where she paints and sells gratitude boxes.
Sara Zendehnam reports.
Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley, the parade's organizer, is calling for film clips or photos they would like to be included in a live streamed parade broadcast set for 10 a.m. July 4.
PG&E crews are still at the scene on Sycamore Valley Road, according to police.